Historical aircraft and people who dedicated their lives to flight are the focus of the Planes of Fame Air Museum, which is independently operated. Along with exhibits, group tours are led on a daily basis and the facility can be rented for private use.
Also known as the Ruben S. Ayala Park, Ayala Park is a 140 acre park featuring an on-site community center. Attractions include Softball, baseball, and soccer fields, a skate park, a playground, batting cages, and a multipurpose trail.
Yanks Air Museum houses exhibits dedicated to American aircraft and artifacts, including those from World War II. Supervised public access is permitted to the restoration hangar, where historic aircraft in the process of being restored can be viewed.
Located in the Chino Valley, Prado Regional Park offers numerous activities like nature trails, hiking, camping, biking, fishing, picnic facilities, and disc golf. There is even an on-site meeting room that seats up to 80 people.
Shady Grove Park is a small community park that features a playground for kids and path for walking and jogging. The park also has a basketball court, dog stations with plastic bags, and an area with grills and covered tables.
A neighborhood park, Cypress Trails Park provides a paved walking trail, open grass fields, a playground, restroom facilities and tennis courts. The park can be used for picnics with shelters, tables and grills available.
Recently renamed the Mission Tiki Drive-In Theater, the Mission Drive-In Theatre is a multiple screen outdoor cinema. First-run Hollywood films along with select independent films are shown at the theater.
Originally opened in 1956 as a single-screen drive-in, the modernized Mission Tiki Drive-in Theatre now offers four screens with first-run Hollywood movies. The venue also acts as the home to a weekly swap meet before the sun sets.